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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter 9, part 2
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is chapter 6, part 2
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Jul 6, 2011 another world is possible podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Part one of Chapter 6
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Feb 12, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Five, " The natural enemy of the working class" explains the role of the police in suppressing organized labor and supporting employers in labor disputes with historical examples. Part 2 of 2
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Feb 12, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Five, " The natural enemy of the working class" explains the role of the police in suppressing organized labor and supporting employers in labor disputes with historical examples. Part 1 of 2
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Feb 10, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Four, "Cops and Klan, hand in hand", explains the role of the police as a tool to prop up white supremacy, from slave patrols, to enforcement of white supremacist laws, to racial profiling.  It provides historical...
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Feb 9, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Four, "Cops and Klan, hand in hand", explains the role of the police as a tool to prop up white supremacy, from slave patrols, to enforcement of white supremacist laws, to racial profiling.  It provides historical...
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Feb 9, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Three, "The genesis of a policed society", describes the history behind police as a tool in the hands of politicians, and gives examples of historical police forces involved in corruption such as voter fraud. Part 2 of 2
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Feb 9, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Three, "The genesis of a policed society", describes the history behind police as a tool in the hands of politicians, and gives examples of historical police forces involved in corruption such as voter fraud. Part 1 of 2
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Feb 9, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Two, "The origins of American policing", explores what it means to be a modern police force and details history of police forces and their predecessors from Europe and the US. Part 2 of 2.
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Feb 9, 2011 Another World Is Possible Podcast
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Two, "The origins of American policing", explores what it means to be a modern police force and details history of police forces and their predecessors from Europe and the US. Part 1 of 2.
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Sep 1, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Kristian Williams' book "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Part 2 of Chapter One: "Police brutality in theory and practice", It explores the history of police brutality and our cultural understanding of it.
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Aug 19, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Kristian Williams' book "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Chapter One: "Police brutality in theory and practice", It explores the history of police brutality and our cultural understanding of it. Part Two
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Aug 7, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is the introduction to the text.
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Aug 6, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Chapter One: "Police brutality in theory and practice",  It explores the history of police brutality and our cultural understanding of it. Part One
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Aug 6, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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A short essay written by Renzo Novatore in 1919.
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Aug 5, 2010 Anotherworldispossible
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A review of the discussion of the relationship between anarchism and the Palestinian/Israeli struggle by Uri Gordon, an Israeli anarchist, in his book "Anarchy Alive!", including a response to his attack on the views and possible solutions of the author, Wayne Price.
Topics: anarchy, revolution, israel, Palestine, insurrection, uri gordon, wayne price, racism, direct...
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Jul 30, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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How to Piss off Authority in Eight Easy Steps is a short essay written for young people who are desperate to find something more than just what capitalism and hierarchy have planned for them, but are not sure where to look. Written by James Hutchings and stolen from the Anarchist Library.
Topics: anarchy, school, young, capitalism, authority, authoritarian, culture, television, work, punk, Sex...
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Jul 30, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Four: Notes of the Poverty of Student Life
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Jul 30, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Three: Theories of Schooling
Topics: anarchy, school, education, society, work, history, revolution, college, teacher, student
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Jul 30, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Two: The History of Schooling
Topics: anarchy, school, education, society, work, history, revolution, college, teacher, student
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Jul 27, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 27, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 27, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 16, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 16, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 9, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jul 9, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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Jun 29, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the âpoverty of student life.â This is Chapter One: The Role of Schooling in Society
Topics: anarchy, school, education, society, work, history, revolution, college, teacher, student
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Jun 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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"In Gaza Like Elsewhere" is the text taken from posters found on the walls of numerous cities in France and Belgium in January of 2009. Stolen from the anarchist library. (http://theanarchistlibrary.org/ )
Topics: anarchy, nationalism, poor, poverty, zionism, gaza, palestine, israel, poster, insurrectionary, non...
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Jun 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Jun 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Jun 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Jun 11, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Jun 10, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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May 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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May 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
Topics: anarchy, revolution, Jim crow, race, racism, slavery, african american, equality, civil rights
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May 8, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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'The Problem with Infoshops and Insurrection: US Anarchism, Movement Building and the Racial Order' was written by Joel Olson. Joel Olson argues that the anarchist movement in the US has failed to recognize the central importance of white supremacy in shaping American capitalism, ignoring anarchist struggles of peoples of color in US history; it has also failed in movement building in favor of the more fragmented tactics of covert direct action and autonomous spaces.
Topics: anarchy, infoshop, insurrection, joel olson, racism, direct action, autonomous space
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May 4, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Nine.
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, anarcha, emma goldman, feminism
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May 4, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Ten
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Apr 3, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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When there are two different strategies for revolution, many of us do not see this as two paths for different groups of people to walk, taking their own while also trying to understand the path of the Other, but as evidence that somebody must be Wrong (and it is almost certainly the Other). An extraordinary essay on the differences between insurrectionary anarchists and organizational anarchists (anarcho-communists, syndicalists, etc.) and why both groups MUST work with each other because they...
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, insurrection, organization, revolution, communist, sydicalist
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Apr 3, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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When there are two different strategies for revolution, many of us do not see this as two paths for different groups of people to walk, taking their own while also trying to understand the path of the Other, but as evidence that somebody must be Wrong (and it is almost certainly the Other). An extraordinary essay on the differences between insurrectionary anarchists and organizational anarchists (anarcho-communists, syndicalists, etc.) and why both groups MUST work with each other because they...
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, insurrection, organization, revolution, communist, sydicalist
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Apr 3, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Eight
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, anarcha, emma goldman, feminism
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Apr 3, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Seven
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, anarcha, emma goldman, feminism
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Apr 2, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Many societies throughout the world practiced their entire economic activities along the lines of gift-exchanges, the most famous of which is the potlatch. In this text Neal Keating proposes that gifting should be the ultimate goal of a revolutionary and that a gift-economy could destroy work and ultimately lead to healthier communities.
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, economy, gift, potlatch, revolution, riot, looting
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Mar 25, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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"Let's Destroy Work, Let's Destroy the Economy" is a book consisting of essays written by Italian insurrectionary-anarchist Alfredo Bonanno. He encourages us to view work differently and to rethink the common revolutionary goal of making working conditions better. Bonanno argues that we must instead destroy work in its entirety and gives compelling reasons for its abolition. His essays are full of sound logic and and are great reading (or listening) for anyone who wants to challenge...
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, work, bonanno, economy
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Mar 24, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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"Let's Destroy Work, Let's Destroy the Economy" is a book consisting of different essays by Italian insurrectionary-anarchist Alfredo Bonanno where he explains and encourages us to think about work in a different way and to not merely try to make working conditions better but to push towards the destruction of work completely. His essays are full of sound logic and are great reading (or listening) for anyone who wants to challenge themselves and their belief in the systematized...
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible, work, bonanno, economy
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Mar 20, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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An essay on empire written by Rob los Ricos, stolen from the Anarchist Library.
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Mar 19, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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A letter on Surveillance and Domestication by John Connor.
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Mar 19, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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An essay written by Penelope Rosemont
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Mar 19, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Mar 19, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Federal Infiltration and Repression - What It Means, What to Do, What Not to Fear
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Mar 18, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Six
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Mar 18, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Five
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Mar 18, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Four
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Three
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. This is Chapter Two
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Chapter One Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927.
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. This is the introduction to the book.
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no shit, KYR poster for abc
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Jan 29, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Jan 24, 2010 anotherworldispossible
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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A Message to Anarchist Men (and then some) is an essay written by Molly Tugg.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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An essay entitled Revolutionary Haste written by Errico Malatesta.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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The god Pestilence was written by Johann Most.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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An essay entitled Revolution In Practice written by Errico Malatesta.
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Madge and Pansy is a short story written by Carrot Quinn and printed in issue 8 of Rolling Thunder, a Crimethinc publication. This is part 2 of 2.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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This is a short feminist poem entitled RAW, written by Nicki Clarke.
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Madge and Pansy is a short story written by Carrot Quinn and printed in issue 8 of Rolling Thunder, a Crimethinc publication. This is part 1 of 2.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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A letter written by Reggie Price, a prisoner at South Bay House of Corrections in Boston to a pen-pal via the Boston Anarchist Black Cross. This joint was responsible for the death of yet another person after Reggie wrote it.
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White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack is an essay written by Petty McIntosh about what it means and what it looks like when one benefits from white privilege. It is a self-conscious examination of unearned advantage in society from the perspective of a white person.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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Towards Anarchism is an essay written by Errico Malatesta.
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This is an essay written by Jo Freeman during the 1970s concerning the quest for a structureless womyns liberation movement and at the same time critiquing the structures that occur (seemingly from out of nowhere) within groups.
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Insurgent Ferocity: The Playful Violence of Rebellion, is an article from the insurrectionary anarchist quarterly, Fire To the Prisons.
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An incredible book full of both sound reasoning and hysterical rantings written by the well-known anarchist author Alfredo M. Bonanno while he was imprisoned in the late 1990s. Locked Up is about his experiences in prisons, including a long discussion on the future of prisons and future deviants and criminals, and a serious critique of the prison abolition movement in relation to anarchy and its goals. This is a book that is definitely worth listening to!
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An incredible book full of both sound reasoning and hysterical rantings written by the well-known anarchist author Alfredo M. Bonanno while he was imprisoned in the late 1990s. Locked Up is about his experiences in prisons, including a long discussion on the future of prisons and future deviants and criminals, and a serious critique of the prison abolition movement in relation to anarchy and its goals. This is a book that is definitely worth listening to!
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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An essay entitled, Democracy and Anarchy written in 1924 by Errico Malatesta.
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An essay entitled Expropriation written by Peter Kropotkin.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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Pieces of My Heart is a short poem written by Trina Pickard who is currently being held in the Boston South Bay House of Correction.
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Dec 25, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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Movin On is a short poem written by Trina Pickard, currently being held in the South Bay House of Correction.
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Dec 24, 2009 anotherworldispossible
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Security Culture A chapter out of Crimethincs Recipes For Disaster: An Anarchist Cookbook. But what about infiltrators and informers? a comrade asked long ago at his first major mobilization. Well have them peel potatoes, was the casual reply from an experienced organizer.
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